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Gender in Diplomacy

Global Norm Diffusion of LGBTI Diplomacy [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Rainer, E. (2022). Global Norm Diffusion of LGBTI Diplomacy, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 17(3), 588-610.

The Diplomatic Glass Cliff: Women's Representation and Diplomacy's Decline [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Stephenson, E. (2022). The Diplomatic Glass Cliff: Women’s Representation and Diplomacy’s Decline, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 17(3), 553-587. 

Polarisation versus Convergence: Senior Female Diplomats' Views on Feminism, Religion and Women's Rights in US Foreign Policy [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Bashevkin, S. (2022). Polarisation versus Convergence: Senior Female Diplomats’ Views on Feminism, Religion and Women’s Rights in US Foreign Policy, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 17(3), 518-552.

Gender Representation in Japan's National and International Diplomacy [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Flowers, P. R. (2022). Gender Representation in Japan’s National and International Diplomacy, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 17(3), 488-517.

Against the Wind of Change: An Auto-ethnographic Account on Gender Relations in the Diplomatic Sector of Post-communist States [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Kostadinova, T. (2022). Against the Wind of Change: An Auto-ethnographic Account on Gender Relations in the Diplomatic Sector of Post-communist States, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 17(3), 463-487.

Gender Strategies of Czech Female Diplomats [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Fellegi, Z., Kočí, K., & Benešová, K. (2022). Gender Strategies of Czech Female Diplomats, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 17(3), 431-462.

From Female Masculinity to Hegeonic Femininity: Evolving Gender Performances of Turkish Women Diplomats [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Süleymanoğlu-Kürüm, R., & Rumelili, B. (2022). From Female Masculinity to Hegemonic Femininity: Evolving Gender Performances of Turkish Women Diplomats, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 17(3), 402-430.

Who Gets to Be a Virtuoso? Diplomatic Competence through an Intersectional Lens [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Standfield, C. (2022). Who Gets to Be a Virtuoso? Diplomatic Competence through an Intersectional Lens, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 17(3), 371-401.

Introduction: Approaching Gender and Ministries of Foreign Affairs [INTRODUCTION SPECIAL ISSUE]

 
Niklasson, B., & Towns, A. E. (2022). Introduction: Approaching Gender and Ministries of Foreign Affairs, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 17(3), 339-369. 

COVID-19 and Gender: A Necessary Connection in Diplomatic Studies [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Towns, A. E., Jezierska, K., Kreft, A., & Niklasson, B. (2020). COVID-19 and Gender: A Necessary Connection in Diplomatic Studies, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 15(4), 636-647.

The Gendered Networking of Diplomats [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Niklasson, Birgitta. (2020). The Gendered Networking of Diplomats, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 15(1-2), 13-42.

Diplomatic Representation in the Public Sphere: Performing Accreditation [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Neumann, Iver B. (2019). Diplomatic Representation in the Public Sphere: Performing Accreditation, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 14(4), 447-466.

Changes for Diplomacy under the Lens of Feminist Neo-Institutional Theory: The Case of Australia [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Rossetti, Sonia. (2015). Changes for Diplomacy under the Lens of Feminist Neo-Institutional Theory: The Case of Australia, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 10(3), 285-305.

Equal Opportunities in the Slovene Diplomatic Service [JOURNAL ARTICLE]

 
Jazbec, Milan. (2014). Equal Opportunities in the Slovene Diplomatic Service, The Hague Journal of Diplomacy, 9(1), 103-112.

 

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